In the course of my computer addiction I have written quite a lot
of software. Unfortunately some of it is simply gone now but on
the other hand who would today have any use for programms written
for the Commodore C-64 or the Atari ST? But it is a pity because
some of it was really cool stuff. Anyway, here is what is left.
MxXEd/2 is a mail editor for Maximus for OS/2 which can be used by
bbs users to read and write messages online and also by the sysop
to use it offline.
Schedule/2 is a 32 bit multithreaded textmode scheduler for
OS/2 2.1 and Warp.
Administration can be done remotely by means of a named pipe.
Mx from Sq is a ReXX script, which reads echo area entries from
the SQUISH.CFG and creates a file ECHOAREA.CFG out of them. This
file can then be used by Maximus 3.x.
TwmTcpip is a package of object oriented Pascal units which makes
it much easier to access sockets under TCP/IP.
WWW upload is a Perl script which syncronises a local copy of a webpage
with the one on the web server. It compares whole directory trees by
file date / time.
I have also done some hacks for FlI4L. Since the list has become quite
long, I have moved them into their own category.